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  1. Agricultural communication students successful at national critique and contest

    https://acel.osu.edu/news/agricultural-communication-students-successful-national-critique-and-contest

    The Ohio State University chapter of the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) participated ... in the 2019 National Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (NACT) Critique & Contest. An award ...  Sydney Snider, “Putting the ‘Culture’ in Agriculture,” first place Electronic Media Division: Radio ...

  2. Harvesting Immature Corn as Silage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-29/harvesting-immature-corn-silage

    is not like hay ground.  Whenever there is soil contamination, the risk of undesirable clostridial ... Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin, says soil contamination could be an issue because this ... as the plant matures.  Be aware that there are some risks with the cut and wilt harvest as compared ...

  3. Agriscience Education

    https://acel.osu.edu/home/slides/agriscience-education-0

    This major will prepare you to acquire a license to teach agricultural science in middle schools ... agriculture, education psychology, instructional methods, and youth development. ...

  4. Dry Matter When Making Summer Annual Silage and How to Measuring Its Dry Matter (or Moisture)

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-33/dry-matter-when-making-summer-annual-silage-and-how-measuring-its

    drier the silage, the greater the risk for a silo fire. In addition to DM, chopping length of particle ... size of the chopped forage affects heating risk. Coarsely chopped silage does not pack as well as ...

  5. Corn Silage, Too Wet or Too Dry?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-32/corn-silage-too-wet-or-too-dry

    which is energy). Clostridia is not a major risk for corn silage because pH drops quickly but it can be ... heat. Wet hay is also a major risk factor for fire for the same reason, the wet hay allows aerobic ...

  6. Managing Take-all and other Diseases in Wheat after Wheat

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-31/managing-take-all-and-other-diseases-wheat-after-wheat

    after barley for instance or barley after wheat increases the risk of diseases such as head scab and ... that could help to reduce the risk of having major disease problems next spring: Select and plant the ... nutrient stress (lack of essential and trace elements) could increase take-all. Soil pH: Take-all it is ...

  7. Agronomy and Farm Management Podcast

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/home/slides/agronomy-and-farm-management-podcast

    dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity ...

  8. Landscape Pruning Clinic

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/pruning-clinic-2

    and shrubs in the gardens. (dress appropriate and bring a lawn chair if needed)   Click HERE for ...

  9. Late-season Frost Effects on Corn: Grain Production (Adapted from Dr. J. Lauer, Univ. of Wisconsin)

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-33/late-season-frost-effects-corn-grain-production-adapted-dr-j

    risk. Greener corn has more frost resistance than yellowing corn. Symptoms of frost damage will start to ... through low-lying frost damaged areas. The mixture will be a high storage risk. Harvest and handle them ...

  10. Yield monitor calibration for fall harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-32/yield-monitor-calibration-fall-harvest

    provide precision agriculture insights and recommendations at the field level. Yield maps not only help ... Yield maps have become a baseline data layer to assess management risks and the allocation of inputs. ... Precision agriculture practices have shown to provide feedback to improve profitability and helping confirm ...

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